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Victorian men in their mid-60s have a one in six chance of developing cancer within the next decade according to statistics.
A record number of young Victorians are living longer after a cancer diagnosis, according to new Cancer Council Victoria data.
The AFL Players’ Association is joining forces with Cancer Council Victoria to raise awareness of the impact of cancer on the community ahead of Daffodil Day, this Friday 28 August.
Quit Victoria welcomes the Victorian Government’s announcement today to introduce smokefree outdoor dining across the state by 1 August 2017.
News today that smokefree areas in Victoria will be extended has been welcomed by the Cancer Council Victoria.
In response to today’s story in The Age regarding the freedom of information application made on behalf of British American Tobacco to access survey data on the tobacco, alcohol and drug use of young people
Eligible country Victorians are missing out on financial help available when travelling for treatment.
Whether it’s a parent, teacher or student diagnosed with cancer, schools can play a key role in supporting all those affected.
Campaign targets women who delay Pap tests due to awkwardness
An innovative support program has demonstrated that homeless services can help their clients cut down and quit smoking, to deliver health benefits in a group with a very high smoking rate.